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If I’m reading this right, warlocks can no longer use darkness to fire on foes with advantage.
for whichever reason, the 'see in darkness' invocation does not allow you to have an advantage inside of this spell you are correct.
Can no longer, aka yet-another-misinterpretation of 5e rules. Guess it's the virtue of EA
how do you remove darkness, it seems to stay forever and if an ally dies in it there is no way to revive them
TO ALL MY EDGEY WARLOCK FRIENDS OUT THERE WONDERING WHY YOU DON'T POP LIKE YOU USED:

TL;DR Devil's Sight doesnt stop blindess, which is a part of Baldur's Gate 3's interpritation of Darkness that is not in 5e's rules as written.

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PHB 5e says darkness creates a "Magical darkness spreads from a point you choose [...] creatures with darkvision can't see through this darkness." (Player's Handbook 5th Edition p.230)

The spell in Baldurs Gate 3 reads:
"Create a cloud of magical darkness to Heavily Obscure and Blind creatures within."

BLINDING you is not ever an effect that the Eldritch evocation "Devil's Sight " can make the warlock immune to, so therefore you can't go in and bust *** as the edgelord blade pact warlock you wanted to be.
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THIS HAS NOW CHANGED IN UPDATE 4!!! "Devil Sight now grants immunity to the Blinded condition from darkness"
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